10 most expensive Bikes Of Nepal

Nepal is filled with bikes, isn’t it? Everywhere we go, we see two-wheelers ruling the streets. Even among the two-wheelers, we see bikes more often than scooters. Now for the bikes, we have a lot to choose from and some of the choices can get really expensive as well. 

Hence we have researched the 10 most expensive bikes in Nepal as of mid-2021. The list will go from the least expensive to the most expensive in this list of 10 most expensive bikes in Nepal. So here we go – 

10. BMW G310 GS 

Features

  • Kerb Weight: 169.5 kg 
  • Length: 2075 mm 
  • Width: 880 mm 
  • Height: 1230 mm 
  • Wheelbase: 1420 mm
  • Seat Height: 835 mm 
  • Displacement: 312 
  • Cylinders: 1 
  • Valves: 4 
  • Power (BHP): 34 bhp @ 9,500
  • Cooling System: Water Cooled 
  • Fuel efficiency: 38.2 kmpl 
  • Fuel delivery system: Electronic Fuel Injection 
  • Suspension: Front Upside down fork , Ø 41 mm 
  • Suspension: Rear Solid die-cast aluminum swingarm, directly hinged monoshock, 
  • adjustable preload
  • Wheel Size (inches): 17 inches 
  • Tyre Size: Front 110/80 R 19 
  • Tyre Size: Rear 150/70 R 17 

We start with a BMW G310 GS as the cheapest on this list – but cheap depends on who you ask. As you have seen, the cheapest bike on this list is 11 lakhs. Dang, that’s a lot of money. 

Price in NRs – 11,00,000 

This bike can reach up to the top speed of 143 mph which is not too fast for bikes, but this is not the bike meant for speed either. This bike is meant for those who go on adventures and tours across the country. As this says, this is a bike meant to last long and survive strong. 

9. Benelli TNT 600i 

Features:

  • Displacement: 600 cc 
  • Maximum Power: 85.07 @ 11500 rpm 
  • Maximum Torque: 54.6 NM @ 10500 rpm 
  • Number of Cylinders: 4 
  • Emission Standard BS4 
  • Number of Gears 6 Speed 
  • Seat Height 800 mm
  • Ground Clearance 150 mm 
  • Kerb/Wet Weight 231 kg 
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 15 litres 

Price in Nrs – 19,00,000 

Isn’t it shocking that the next most expensive bike is already 8 lakhs more than the last one? Well expect this every time we move on to the next bike. While there are bikes whose price is in between BMW and this one, they fall mostly into the same price range and are of the similar types. 

This however is not an adventure bike and is meant for speed as this bike can reach up to the speed of 224 KMph. Not only this, this speed demon can accelerate from 0 to 100 Kmph within 4.2 seconds as well. 

8. Yamaha YZF R6 

Features:

  • Displacement 599 cc 
  • Maximum Power 118.4 HP @ 14,500 rpm 
  • Maximum Torque 61.7 Nm @ 10500 rpm 
  • Number of Cylinders 4 
  • Emission Standard BS6-Compliant 
  • Number of Gears 6 
  • Seat Height 850 mm 
  • Ground Clearance 130 mm 
  • Kerb/Wet Weight 190 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres 

Price in NRs 27,00,000 

For number 8 in this list of expensive bikes we have a bike and brand that everyone – including dumbos like those who don’t know ABCD of bikes – have heard about. But back when we heard about this bike through the ad’s people rarely would have thought that this would cost 27 lakhs. 

This is a bike made for speed ( and showing off). You thought Benelli was fast,meet its father. With the top speed of 262 Kmph and taking as little as 3 seconds to reach 100Kmph from 0, This bike will leave the previous speed demon in dust – and drag the soul out of people who are scared of speed. 

7. Honda CBR 600 RR 

Features:

  • Displacement 599 cc 
  • Maximum Power 121 HP @ 14,000 rpm 
  • Maximum Torque 64 Nm @ 11,500 rpm 
  • Number of Cylinders 4 
  • Emission Standard BS6-Compliant 
  • Number of Gears 6 
  • Seat Height 820 mm 
  • Ground Clearance 125 mm 
  • Kerb/Wet Weight 194 kg 
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 18 litres 

Price in NRs- 34,50,000 

This is another one of those bikes that a lot of people know about. As we have heard a lot of people are reminded of Dhoom when they see the image of this bike. Maybe it is because this type of look was famous back in those days but it stands out for some reason. 

Now as a sports bike, this one is a speed demon as well and is not meant for off road travels. But on the roads, this beast can still go up to 257 Kmph. However due to this being a sports bike, the acceleration is much more balanced. 

6. Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa

Features:

  • Displacement 1340 cc 
  • Maximum Power 190 HP @ 9,700 rpm 
  • Maximum Torque 150 Nm @ 7,000 rpm 
  • Number of Cylinders 4 
  • Emission Standard BS6-Compliant 
  • Number of Gears 6 
  • Seat Height 800 mm 
  • Ground Clearance 125 mm 
  • Kerb/Wet Weight 264 kg 
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 20 litres 

Price in NRs- 36,00,000 

By now this list has become the speed demon club of bikes or rather rich speed demon club of bikes. This bike costing 36 lakhs easily beats the previous ones so far. With the top speed exceeding 300 Kmph and reaching 312 Kmph, this bike is fast- really fast. 

If you move at top speed, you can go from kirtipur to Gandaki Province within an hour. While this is impressive, you have to understand that this is not the best speed for the traffic filled kathmandu valley. 

5. MV Agusta F4 RR 

Features:

  • Displacement 998 cc 
  • Maximum Power 201 HP @ 13600 rpm 
  • Maximum Torque 111 Nm @ 9600 rpm 
  • Number of Cylinders 4 
  • Number of Gears 6 
  • Seat Height 830 mm 
  • Ground Clearance 115 mm 
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres 

Price in NRs – 38,75,000 

Now it seems like we are finally slowing down a bit but the bikes are looking increasingly good. With a price of over 28 lakhs, this bike does indeed look good with a color scheme of red black and silver.

The top speed is a bit reduced however the transition is better than a lot of other bikes of the same category. As this is a racing bike, you better stick to roads if you want to be safe as these types are known to slip and fail when confronted across rough terrain.

4. Ducati Diavel Carbon 

Features:

  • Kerb Weight 234 kg
  • Ground Clearance 130 mm 
  • Wheelbase 1580 mm 
  • Seat Height 770 mm 
  • Power (BHP) 159.70 bhp @ 9,250 rpm Torque (NM) 130.50 Nm @ 8,000 rpm Cooling System Liquid Cooled Ignition Keyless Ignition 
  • Suspension Front Marzocchi fully adjustable 50 mm usd fork with DLC 
  • Suspension Rear Fully adjustable rear shock with progressive linka 
  • Wheel Size (inches) 17 inches
  • Tyre Size Front 120/70 ZR 17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II 
  • Tyre Size Rear 240/45 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II 

Price in NRs- 40,00,000 

For a lot of youths Ducatio was the face for sports bikes and for a reason as well. They look dang good and are fast as heck. This expensive bike is indeed slower than the speed demons on this list. But while it lacks in the top speed department , this bike excels at acceleration. 

The top speed is 250 Kmph which is indeed slower than the ones so far but this beast of a bike can go from 0 to 100 Kmph in under 2.5 seconds. That is faster than the time it takes to tell the name of this bike. 

3. Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak 

Features:

  • Model: Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak 
  • Year: 2013 
  • Category: Supermotard 
  • Rating: 3.5 Check out the detailed rating of off-road capabilities, engine performance, maintenance cost, etc. Compared with any other bike.
  • Displacement: 1198.4 ccm (73.13 cubic inches) 
  • Engine type: V2, four-stroke 
  • Power: 147.9 HP (108.0 kW)) @ 9250 RPM 
  • Torque: 124.5 Nm (12.7 kgf-m or 91.8 ft.lbs) @ 7500 RPM Compression: 11.5:1 
  • Bore x stroke: 106.0 x 67.9 mm (4.2 x 2.7 inches) 
  • Fuel system: Injection. Mitsubishi electronic fuel injection system, Mikuni elliptical throttle bodies 
  • Fuel control: Desmodromic valve control
  • Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed 
  • Transmission type, final drive: 
  • Chain 
  • Clutch: Light action, wet, multiplate clutch with hydraulic control. Self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run 
  • Driveline: Chain 5.30 
  • Emission details: Euro 3 
  • Exhaust system: Stainless steel muffler with catalytic converter and 2 lambda probes, aluminium tailpipes 
  • Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels 
  • Frame type: Tubular steel Trellis frame 
  • Rake (fork angle): 25.0° 
  • Trail: 110 mm (4.3 inches) 
  • Front suspension: Sachs 48mm fully adjustable usd forks. Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment with Ducati Skyhook 
  • Suspension 
  • Rear suspension: Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment. Electronic spring preload adjustment with DSS Aluminium 
  • single-sided swingarm. 
  • Front tyre: 120/70-17 
  • Rear tyre: 190/55-17 
  • Front brakes: Double disc. ABS. Floating discs. Four-piston calipers. Radially mounted. 
  • Diameter: 320 mm (12.6 inches) 
  • Rear brakes: Single disc. Two-piston calipers. 
  • Diameter: 245 mm (9.6 inches) 
  • Physical measures and capacities 
  • Dry weight: 194.0 kg (427.7 pounds) 
  • Weight incl. oil, gas, 222.0 kg (489.4 pounds)
  • Power/weight ratio: 0.7624 HP/kg 
  • Seat height: 850 mm (33.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Wheelbase: 1530 mm (60.2 inches) 
  • Fuel capacity: 20.00 litres (5.28 gallons) 

Price in NRs 45,00,000 

Finally taking a break from the speed demons, this is a touring bike meant for both off-road and on road travels. Since this is a touring bike, the emphasis is less on the speed and more on the traction of the tire. 

Although this is still a speed demon, the top speed of this bike is 240 Kmph which is not that high but still enough to zip fast across the road. 

2. Harley Davidson Iron 883

Features:

Engine TypeAir-Cooled, Evolution
Displacement883 cc
Max Torque68 Nm @ 4750 rpm
Max Torque68 Nm @ 4750 rpm
No. of Cylinders2
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Valve Per Cylinder4
Drive TypeBelt Drive
StartingSelf Start Only
Fuel SupplyFuel Injection
TransmissionManual
Gear Box5 Speed
Bore76.2 mm
Stroke96.8 mm
Compression Ratio9:01
Emission Typebs6

Features and Safety

ABSDual Channel
SpeedometerAnalogue
OdometerDigital
TripmeterDigital
Fuel GaugeDigital
ConsoleAnalogue and Digital
Pass SwitchYes
ClockYes
Additional Featuressecurity system (optional)
Passenger FootrestYes
Length2185 mm
Fuel Capacity12.5 L
Saddle Height760 mm
Ground Clearance140 mm
Wheelbase1515 mm
Dry Weight247 kg
Kerb Weight256 kg
Engine Oil2.6 l

Don’t get fooled by the price being under 50 lakhs. This is still number 2 on the list of the most expensive bikes. 

This bike looks really comfortable and is something a lot of us would ride in the streets – if we could afford it. The fact that the top speed is only around 168 Kmph is reassuring as well. 

Harley Davidson is a bike brand that a lot of us have heard of, if not all, and is known for being an expensive one. 

1. MV Agusta F4 RR 

  • Colours Red/White, Pearl White/Black Body Type Superbike 
  • Fuel Type Petrol 
  • Engine Description Four cylinder, 4 stroke, 16 valve 
  • Cooling Cooling with separated liquid and oil radiators 
  • Displacement 998 cc 
  • Maximum Power 201 HP @ 13600 rpm Maximum Torque 111 Nm @ 9600 rpm Number of Cylinders 4 
  • Compression Ratio 13.4:1 
  • Bore 79 mm 
  • Stroke 50.9 mm 
  • Valve System 16-valve, DOHC, Radial Valve 
  • Primary drive 48/82 
  • Number of Gears 6
  • Clutch Wet, multi-disc with back torque limiting device and Brembo radial 
  • pump/lever assembly 
  • Gear Ratios 1st=14/37, 2nd=16/33, 3rd=18/31, 4th=20/30, 5th=22/29, 6th=21/25 
  • Final Drive 15/41 
  • BRAKES AND TYRES 
  • Front Brake 320 mm Double floating disc with steel braking disc and aluminium 
  • flange, 30mm Brembo GP 
  • radial-type single-piece with 4 
  • pistons caliper 
  • Rear Brake 210mm Single steel disc with 25.4mm Nissin 4 piston caliper 
  • ABS Bosch 9 Plus with Race Mode and Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation 
  • Traction Control System 
  • Front Tyre 120/70-ZR 17 M/C (58 W) Rear Tyre 200/55-ZR 17 M/C (78 W) Front Wheel Forged aluminium alloy 3.50”x17” Rear Wheel Forged aluminium alloy 6.00”x17” 

Price in NRs – 61,90,000 

Yes , this is the most expensive bike in Nepal as of mid 2021. You can see why this bike is on the top of the list easily though. The selling price of this bike nears 62 lakhs. But this is a speed demon with the top speed of around 297 kmph.

This is not the kind of bike that a normal person of Nepal would buy nor can afford to buy. However those who own this bike can flex heavily on anyone and everyone who is knowledgeable about motorbikes. 

Honorable mention 

Yatri P 0 

  • POWERTRAIN 
  • PEAK POWER 
  • 48 kW (64 hp) 
  • TORQUE 
  • 120 Nm at shaft (650 Nm at wheel) 
  • ACCELERATION 
  • 0-60 km/h in under 2.5s 
  • TOP SPEED 
  • 140 km/h 
  • BATTERY CAPACITY 
  • 8.0 kWh 
  • RANGE 
  • 230 km 
  • CHARGER 
  • 3.3 kW onboard (2 hr full charge) 
  • STRUCTURE 
  • CHASSIS 
  • Chromoly Steel Trellis Frame 
  • SUSPENSION 
  • Front 43 mm RCP adjustable USD forks 
  • Rear RC adjustable nitrogen-charged monoshock 
  • BRAKES 
  • Front Brembo 2-piston 320mm disc 
  • Rear Brembo 1-piston 240mm disc 
  • Warner Borg E-braking 
  • TYRES 
  • Metzeler Sportec M7RR 
  • Front 110/70-17 
  • Rear 150/60-17 
  • WHEELS 
  • Aluminum rims and CNC machined hubs 
  • DIMENSIONS 
  • WEIGHT 
  • 190 kg
  • GROUND CLEARANCE 
  • 175 mm 
  • SEAT HEIGHT 
  • 800 mm 
  • RAKE ANGLE 
  • 24.5 deg 
  • WHEELBASE 
  • 1400 mm 
  • CONNECTIVITY 
  • INTERNET 
  • On-board 4G network 
  • MOBILE APP 
  • Android and iOS 
  • Antitheft with on-board GPS 
  • On-demand servicing appointment 
  • Roadside Assistance 

Price in Nrs 19,45,000 

For the honorable mention, I have to include the Yatri P 0 that was just a few days prior from the date when this article was written. As the bike doesn’t have any reviews as per the time of this writing, we are unable to mention much. Still the sheer price of this electric bike makes it worthy to be on this list. As you have seen, this electric bike costs 19 lakhs and 45 thousand – which is more than a BMW.

The main feature that differentiates this bike from the rest is that this is an electric bike. Despite being an electric bike, it can still accelerate from 0 to 60 Kmph in under 2.5 seconds and can go up to 230 Km as its top speed. 

Final Thoughts 

Before we end this article, we must say that the bikes on this list are either speed demons or look as comfortable as a snug bug in a rug. But the prices are enough to scare a lot of people away. Even the cheapest one could feed an average middle class family of Nepal a year if things go without much compilation. 

So if you want to buy any bike from this list, you either need to have a savings specifically for them, a big income, or be rich. But as there is a saying, where there is a will, there is a way. So who knows, this might just provide enough information for some of you to go and buy them.

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